Stryker Hip Implant
Stryker Orthopedics has issued a Stryker hip replacement recall for its Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stem hip implant systems.
While these Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stems are used with multi-piece devices that typically employ a ceramic on plastic bearing surfaces, it appears that the recalled components have metal parts that rub against each other, often resulting in corrosion, metallosis and other problems usually associated with metal-on-metal hip implant systems.
The Carabin Shaw Law Firm is now investigating potential Stryker hip replacement issues on the behalf of individuals who suffered premature hip implant failure, need for revisions surgery, or other complications associated with Stryker’s hip replacements recalled Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stems.
Symptoms associated with Stryker hip replacement recalls of Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stems include:
- Loosening or dislocation of the hip joint
- Corrosion and fretting at the modular-neck junction which may lead to adverse local tissue reactions
- Excessive metal debris leading to high levels of metal ions in the blood
- Inflammation of surrounding tissue
- Hypersensitivity/allergic response
- Unexplained hip pain more than three months post-surgery
Our Law Firm is now offering a free Stryker Hip Replacement consultation and evaluation to anyone who currently has an issues with their Stryker’s hip replacement and/or who have concerns about their hip and the recalls of the Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stem hip replacement implant systems. If you or someone you love suffered a Stryker hip replacement recall failure, metallosis or other injury that could be related to Stryker’s Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stem hip implant systems, the Stryker hip replacement lawyers at Carabin Shaw would like to talk with you. For a free Stryker hip replacement lawsuit evaluation, please fill out our online form, or call 800-862-1260.